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you will continue doing just that tomorrow. good night. john: better schools aren't happening. >> and nowou guys, the rest of these students and parents. john: the education strikes back. you know, this giant ball of in the old jail, the unions, the pta, school board bureaucrats trying to make a change. they say, we don't do that. requisition downtown. it's crazy. john: now this successful schooling. >>lease don't close down our schools. john: and it grows as the number of students increased 96%. administrative staff increase 700%. and yet they want more. but there is good news. when these protesters walked taxpayers save millions and some to learn. >> it teaches in a fun way. john: the blob verses the kids. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now johnssel. ♪ [applause] john: a few public schools have managed to escape most of the constraints of the education, and some of them do a much better job teaching. give us the worst school anywhere in america, and we will taket, and we will outperform the other schools in five years. john: the hard workers year. >> the cas in ameri
and right here on fox news channel seconds from now. [cheers and applause] john: better schools aren't happening. >> and now you guys, the rest of these students and parents. john: the education strikes back. youknow, ts giant ball of in the old jail, the unions, the pta, school board bureaucra tryingo make a change. they say, we don't do that. requisition downtown. it's crazy. john: now this successful schooling. please don't close down our schools. john: and grows as the number of students increased 96%. administrative staff increase 70. and yet they want more. but there is good news. when these protesters walked taxpayers save millis. and some to learn. >> it teaches in a fun way. john: the blob verses the kids. that i our showonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. ♪ [applause] john: a f public schools have managed to escape most of the constrais of the education, and somef them do a much better job teaching. give us the worst school anywhere inmerica, and we will take it, and we will outperform the other schools in five years. john: the hard workers year. >> the case in american
-cola. john: very good. thank you for the full glass view of that. you will continue doing just that tomorrow. good night. ♪ john: better schools aren't happening. >> and now you guys, the rest of these students and parents. hn: the education strikes back. you know, this giant ball of in the old jail, the unions, the pta, sool board bureaucrats trying to make a change. they say, we don't do that. requisition downtown. it's crazy. john: now this successful schooling. >> please don't close down our schools. john: and it grows as the number of students increased 96%. administrative staff increase 700%. and yet they want more. but there is good news. when these protesters walked taxpayers save millions. and some to learn. >> it teaches in a fun way. john: the blob verses the kids. thatat is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. ♪ [applause] john: a few public schools have managed to escape most of the constraints of the education, and me of them do a muc better job teaching. give us the worst school anywhere in america, and we will take it, and we will outperform the other schools in
to hear you on the radio. john: capitalist may kill these cute little animals. and emissions threatening all of earth. devastating worldwide climate change is happening, but celebrities and politicians have sotions. these cool people owelectric and hybrid cars. now my mayor wants to ban styrofoam cups. >> it isomething we can do without. >> what is nex john: in the name of protecting earth, we have green tyranny. that is our sh tonight. >> and now, john stossel. john: green tyranny is what we called this show, but tierney is a harsh word, a thing of dictatorship. a little over the top. most don't seem to rise to that. also, ba on pollution are actually a good thing, i'm glad government rules committee air and water cleaner. and i was a kid there was so much soot in the air, we didn't open the window. that has changed for the better. they change the water so much so that the rivers around manhattan are now clean enough to swim in. even here within sight of the empire state building within a short distance of millis of people flushing, i am willing to do this. it was freezing cold, but no
. john: justice oliver wendell holmes once said taxes are what we pay for a civilized society. liberals like to cite that but he said that in 1927 when taxes were just 10 percent of gdp. that is enough to pay for a civilized society but government has grown so far far, so fast it is now spending 40 percent of gdp. is too big but i do want to to pay my fair share. what is fair? i now give most of my income to the government. pork people pay a smaller percentage of those say that's fair. budget congressmen louie gohmert says it is not fair and that means what? >> when people hear the word fair share it should be a flat tax the only way to truly make things fair so that if you make more you that if you make more you . the president -- president has talked repeatedly about warren buffett not paying their rate as the secretary. fix it. make capital gains 15 or the income tax 15. we can work out a number but make it flat to make it fair you hear people say i want it fair but they cannot tell you what the fair share is. you give them the numbers of the top 1 percent making 13 percent of the ma
onioning turks.com p "viewpoint" is next. arching. >> john: just before 3:00 in afternoon a little more than four hours from the start of the boston marathon as runners were crossing the finish line, crowds and spectators were gathered to watch, tragedy struck. [ explosion ] [ explosion ] >> john: that second explosion which could be heard at the end of that clip occurred about 500 feet away ten seconds after the first. in the aftermath of the chaos police and emergency workers did all they could to care for the victims, which at this time is reported two dead, including one child and multiple news sources are reporting over 100 wounded. according to multiple sources again one of the fatalities is an eight-year-old boy. many witnesses on the scene reported seeing victims with missing limbs and one boston sports reporter, there was quote, blood everywhere. a third explosion was heard an hour after the first two but this was reportedly a controlled explosion supervised by police. there were unexploded devices including a device near a hotel. it was called a bombing those terms were being
at "the young turks".com. "viewpoint" is next. >> john: i'm john fugelsang. good evening. this is "viewpoint." my friends there are days when politics are frustrating, and then there are days when it's down right december gusting. unless you're a terrorist a violent felon or an insane person who wants to buy a gun off the books today was a disgusting time. with parents of the victims of sandy hook elementary school looking on, the bill banning the purchase of firearms was rejected. immediately holding the results of the votes two voices patricia who prevented a gunman from loading a third clip at the shooting of gabby giffords and summed up the feelings of the majority of americans. >> shame on you! >> it was a sentiment that resonated with vice president biden who spoke immediately upon leaving the senate chamber. >> the united states senate let down people, including those newtown families. i don't know how anybody looks them in the eye could have voted the way they did today. >> john: and it was a sentiment echoed and magnified by president obama one our later as he sp
university. we're down. "viewpoint" is next. >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." the senate today moved toward a key item on its 2013 agenda a bill allowing the states to collect taxes on online sales. as for the gun debate, after wednesday's vote on having a vote on measures to expand background checks for gun buyers, ban assault weapon sales and limit the size of ammo clips all went down to defeat, majority leader harry reid said it was time to take a pause on the issue. >> president obama said it was a shameful day for the senate. and it probably was. i agree. we should make no mistake. this debate is not over. in fact, this fight is just beginning. >> john: one of the first broadsides came from one of the most prominent gun violence victims in recent years. former representative gabby giffords published a blistering editorial in "the new york times" where she called out the senate gun bills' opponents as cowards and i quote... and where the courage issue was concerned, one of the background checks bills' sponsors, west virginia senator, joe manchin, clearly
all so much. "viewpoint" is next. >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. thank you so much for joining us. this is "viewpoint." while the nation continues to mourn the victims of the attack on the boston marathon, a picture of what exactly happened has become clear. while the why and the who remain uncertain. here's president obama who will travel to boston on thursday, updating the nation, earlier today. >> obama: this was a heinous and cowardly act. and given what we now know about what took place the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. what we don't yet know, however is who carried out this attack or why whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization, foreign or domestic or was the act of a malevolent individual. >> john: what we do know is that around 2:50 p.m. yesterday two bombs exploded within 15 second and 500 feet of each other near the end of the boston marathon killing three people and injuring an additional 176. the bombs were reportedly built inside six liter pressure cook ers. they were packed with ball bearings nails and black pow
john sohus lived. >> he was probably reasonably shy and reserved. >> patrick was john's childhood friend. he remembers john as a bit of a momma's boy, and as he was, a bit of a nerd. >> john and i shared a love of star trek. >> i have not been able to gather sufficient data for that. >> we would try to outtrivia the other individual, compare theories about warp speed travel. >> you guys are middle school kids and talking about warp speed failures. >> well, without advanced mathematics, but yes. >> eventually, john's enthusiasm for science fiction morphed into a passion for another galaxy that was suddenly accessible in the '80s, computers. the nerd became the prototype for today's tech geek, a digital explorer living happily at home with his mom well into his 20s, and then he discovered love. >> did you sense a connection between the two of them? >> i certainly had the sense that they were soul mates. >> her name was linda. like john, she loved science fiction and fantasy. >> linda's pal sue coffman said they complimented each other, as opposites often do. he was shy, she was outg
'll have steve, mike, and sabrina and john and morgan. mike, who has it right? >> the consumers have it right. going back to 2007 before the last bubble burst, consumers were on it and confidence had started to fall and the stock market took until october to realize. consumers have it right. cheap prices and money is raising stock prices but making consumirs poor. >> steve, these are the data points. retail sales are lowest in nibe months and consumer confidence is down. who has it right? the market hit for the 14th time it hit a record. >> the market has it right. you can have a good market in a economy. it is not good. company corporate earnings are up and they haven't paid it out in dividends and you have a peculliar situation. dividends are higher than bond yield and so the market is not a bull market only because of the dollars going down in value. you can have both. but in real terms the market is also punked. >> you wonder if the blue sky crowd is too much in control. companies like the gap, you know, banana republic all saying, we are not seeing the retailers. some in governm
. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm brooke baldwin. it is 4:00 a.m. on the east coast. >>> downtown boston, this beautiful city is a crime scene this morning after a terror attack at the finish line of the boston marathon. normally such a joyous event that brings the city together. this is what we know at the moent, at least three people are dead this morning including an 8-year-old boy. "the boston globe" identifying that boy as martin rich char ri door chester, massachusetts. 17 of these people are said to be in critical condition. the fbi is leading the investigation right now. there's no known motive and no one is in custody but authorities are looking into several active leads. overnight they executed a search warrant at revere, massachusetts. 2:50 p.m. was the first explosion. the second explosion coming just 12 seconds later. this is what it looked and sounded like. that scene, you can see it, just chaos, confusion. police scramble to respond. >> get all units in this city to this scene now. >> i have multiple people down here, okay. i don't
. >> all right. >> let's talk first of all about john king's reporting substantial progress in the criminal investigation here in boston, significant development. we don't know what that progress is. but you know what, john is joining us on the phone right now. so let's talk to john. john, go ahead and tell us what you can. >> wolf, i'm on my way to you now. i want to report some breaking news information from two sources. one is a boston law enforcement source who tells me they believe they do have a significant breakthrough in the investigation. this source is calling this substantial progress. that source declined to be more specific but said to anticipate more details later today. now, i want to give you some information -- initial information important from a second source who has been briefed on the investigation. and i am told by sources that both governor deval patrick and mayor mannino and after the boston commissioner after one of the briefings this morning went to talk to the officials in charge. i'm told that the breakthrough came from analysis of video from a department store n
the scene. what the the latest? >> john, it's been such a difficult night. it is only going to become an even more difficult day. once daylight comes here, that's when people are really going to be able to see the devastation that has ripped out the heart of their community and, also, when we believe that the death toll and it is expected to rise, as investigators will have the opportunity to go door to door. the search and rescue is still under way and there is is some positive news. a small sliver of it the mayor delivered just homes ago. >> stunning video. the west fertilizer plant in the small town of west, texas, about 20 miles from waco, exploding. the blast of the massive fire that followed, leaving dozens of homes and buildings heavily damaged or destroyed. the town's mayor telling cnn what it felt like. >> i just never have seen an explosion like that. it was just a ball of fire and went up like a nuclear bomb went off. big old mushroom cloud. >> reporter: the blast was so strong it registered as a magnitude 2.1 earthquake. >> we just saw an explosion on the horizon. >> a bom
>> reporter: hello, everyone. i'm john berman. welcome back to cnn's team coverage of the aftermath of the bombings here in boston at the end of the boston marathon. let's bring you up to speed on all that's p haing right now because there are a number of developments. the city of boston, goes without saying, in shock this morning, struggling to bounce back from these deadly twin bombings during the running of the boston marathon, right at the finish line. 4 hours 9 minutes into the race. we just got an update from federal, state and local official. here's what the suffolk county district attorney had to say. let's listen. >> what happened yesterday in boston was an act of cowardice. while there will be an opportunity in the future at the conclusion of this investigation to officially define this act, make no mistake an act of cowardice and of this severity cannot be justified or explained. it can only be answered. >> reporter: let's talk about the facts that are really coming in every few minutes. here's what we know right now. so far, no arrests have been made. there are no suspec
exclusive information from cnn's john king. you're working your sources. you're getting more information. exclusive reporting. you heard this dramatic exclusive reporting that john has done now. >> jon: you know what?at john this is why you turn to cnn in a crisis. you know, we make fun of them sometimes. we do. we tell jokes at their expense. but obviously because they've got the boots on the ground and they can do the reporting, you know, as one of their competitors i guess we just get a little jealous. of these kinds of exclusives. although we soon learned there was a very good reason why this was exclusive. >> there has been no arrest. and, in fact, a suspect has not been identified by name yet. >> jon: oh, it's exclusive because it was completely [bleep] wrong. that's why. it was exclusive. just out of curiosity did any of your sources end their tip-off to you with the phrase "ba-ba-booy." howard stern's peanuts. i don't know if you know this. that's a code for a very famous radio personality. so cnn, was there also any perhaps more credible source with what they call factual inform
leadership? or is it a political ploy? pat buchanan? >> no i think he did throw out a card john with the social security chain cpi. but i don't think it will go anywhere for this reason. the president has tax increases in there the republican house simply cannot abide and go home and survive. he is not going to get those tax increases. secondly, this chain cpi, already has a fire storm inside the democratic party against him for going after social security and medicare. so i think he put this out here. but john the real long-term problem medicare, medicaid social security eat up more and more and more of the budget. you mentioned defense and discretionary spending go down less and less and less. and i think it is, you know, this is no new deal or no new frontier or no great society. it is a timid budget, i think. and it is a grim budget for the united states. >>> the cpi is the consumer price index. make your point again about that. >> well chain cpi, what it is,. >> chained. social security is indexed. cost of living increased, in the nixon administration we did it you tie it t
of founder kim il-sung. displays of military force traditionally mark this and south korea -- john kerry is meeting with leaders in china has both north and south korea thee agreed to denuclearize korean peninsula. >> i believe that china will join with others to make a policy real, and to implement it. i think that if we don't, all of our non-proliferation efforts began to suffer. >> john kerry also talked about the strong alliance with japan and america's commitment to defend that country. a former justice of the piece is being questioned in the murder of a texas district attorney. was charged with making terrorist threats. he was prosecuted for theft by just twoe mcclelland months after the assistant district attorney was killed. no suspects have been named. the changetempers on of the september 11 memorial museum. the museum is now charging $2 per ticket reserved online or by phone. the ceo says that this is necessary to cover operational costs, but some are unhappy because it was promised that mission would always be free. people living near bismarck, north dakota are digging out of
on the trade mission from china. we will get an update from john myers from shanghai. >>> the state continues fighting to regain control of its beleaguered prison after losing another round in court. >>> lawmakers are moving forward to reduce gun violence. >>> plus, sacramento basketball fans jump through more hoops to keep from the kings from leaving town. >>> and the exploratorium coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson of kqed news. welcome to "this week in northern california." governor brown is continuing the trade mission in china this weekend. he signed agreements between trade between china than california and help one of the polluting nations to improve air quality. he signed for a major development near jack london square. he promoted high speed rail. today, the governor presided over the reopening of california's trade and investment office in shanghai after ten years of it being closed. i spoke with john myers, political editor for kxtv news 10. john myers, welcome. >> good to be with you, joshua. >> how is governor
if john is still here. the head of real estate can speak to the status explicitly. >> good morning commissioners. i john uptight, director of real estate. it is still in draft form and the major rational why it's not completed yet we need to analyze the property's environmental condition. that took longer than anticipated. just received that report in the last month. that had to be digested and informed the terms and conditions and we expect that to be wrapped up and executable form in a week and a half. >> what are the environmental condition? >> so this is a follow up to a review of the property following the removal of an under ground storage tank. both the city and the seller as well since there are requirements that the seller has in delivering either a clean property or accepting responsibilities for the condition of the site so these told us exactly the condition of the site and gave us a cost estimate and program to appropriately remediate the site so there are no contamination concerns and develop the property in the form that rec and park wants so we have the i's and
. let's get started at capella.edu. >>> it's the bottom of the area. welcome back. i am john berman in boston. this morning, elation and relief. an emotional night. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev in a hospital under heavy guard. this image shows him bloody on a boat in a backyard in watertown. he was captured last night after a dramatic gunfight with police. it was this tweet that confirmed what residents had been hoping for since monday's bombing that read, suspect in custody. and the fbi added the word "captured" to its wanted poster. and just because the suspect is in custody it does not mean this drama is order. authorities have decided how to handle him right now. for more we are joined by the expert in international security and a research associate. you live in watertown and you have been going through this for the last few days. what has that been like? >> surreal, you know. yesterday i wake up to the sounds of helicopters over my house. i look out from my front porch and i can see police officers who closed off streets. i try to make it to my television studio, in watertown,
. and on the screen you're likely to have john brennan his former counterstorm advisocounterterrod perhaps other elements of the community that are videoed into the meeting. in essence, the president's getting a breafg. you see there he's probably asking some very good questions. and as john miller mentioned earlier, he doesn't want to just know about what's happening on the ground. you could probably watch cbs to get that but he wants to understand what links and information the federal government is gathering to understand more about these actors, whether or not they're connected to a broader network, what the federal government is doing to one tai contain this d. question for the whitehouse coming up no doubt for owe firm- officials in nightfall and still don't have resutn. that's going to be a big question for officials in boston and it's going to be a question for the president. >> helen: juan zarate who has spent his share of time sitting in that same room with president bush as deputy national security advisor for counterterrorism. >> we mentioned the president's top terrorism advisor sle
rounds were exchanged in that firefight. john miller's sources have told him that a bomb of similar design to the ones use on monday at the race, one tho bombs was thrown at the police officers engaged in this firefight. it exploded. it apparently malfunctioned. it did not explode with the same intensity as the bombs on monday. but part of the bomb was found later embedded in one of the police cars. in this firefight, tamerlan tsarnaev, 26 years old, was killed. a police officer was shot and gravely wounded. but dzhokar tsarnaev, 19 years old, fled on foot. they've been looking for him ever since. about two and a half hours ago, a news conference was held which essentially said we've lost him. people in boston and its northern suburbs who had been told to stay in their homes and lock their doors, they were told it's essentially safe to come out as long as they were vigilant, and there was a vow that the suspect would be caught at that point. but it was only 20 or 30 minutes later that a report of a man in the same area that had been searched was found around a boat, perhaps in a boa
. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman in boston this morning. >> and good morning, i'm brooke baldwin in new york. it's 5:00 a.m. on the east. >> and here in boston, it really is all hands on deck as authorities investigate those twin bomb blasts right near the finish line of the boston marathon. this is what we know at this moment. the explosions killed three people including an 8-year-old boy. 8-year-old boy identified by the "boston globe" as martin richards of dorchester. his mother and sister also hurt. there were 144 total people hurt, 17 in critical condition this morning, 5 in serious condition. the fbi is now taking the lead in this investigation. there is no motive, no one is in custody, they say. but authorities are said to be pursuing several active leads. overnight they executed a search warrant at an apartment in raveer, massachusetts. the first explosion happened at 2:50 p.m., four hours and nine minutes into the race. the second explosion came 15 seconds later. this is what it looked like. this is what it sounded li
will increase between china and california. >> john, what does china have that california wants and vice versa? >> what china has is it has money to invest. obviously this is a country that is a world power and fared better in the economic downturns than most countries around the world. there is a large growing middle class in china that has money. if you are jerry brown, you want it in two forms. you want large money for the deal we talked about in oakland and you want consumerism. you want them to buy california products. >> he is good on staying on message and staying away from politicking and pomp and ceremony. how has he dealt with that among chinese delegates? >> he has done well with the pomp and circumstance. that is not a jerry brown strong suit. he disdains the trappings of office, usually. he seems to have enjoyed himself having a meeting with the premier of china in mid week. of course, all of the other officials he talked to. as far as issues that maybe others think he should be talking to here and most notably, issues on human rights issues or cyber security or piracy of entertai
's voice. nicolas maduro was the heir to hugo chavez, so why did so many votes for the opposition? john kerry says north korea must engage in real talks. we speak to the u.s. secretary of state. >> ♪ latestth africa's spectator sport left and interpret -- left our interpreter in a spin. .> he has promised to be gentle >> aaron has the latest on business. and in order from the french president to his ministers -- show me your money. >> he tell the socialist party to tell us about your property, cars, antiques, and bank accounts. he lied about his secret bank account in switzerland. >> it's midday in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, 6:30 in the morning in caracas, where nicolas maduro has won a narrow victory in the presidential election. he ran on a promise to continue the policies that saw president chavez win election after election. but the results this time was a lot closer with capri less losing by 2%. capriles losing by%. >> supporters of the winning candidate made no secret of their jubilation and relief after a long, tense wait for the election results. >> then-candidate nicola
. (scream) >> that's hoour show tonight. frush >> and now john stossel. >> wendell holmes the former supreme court justice once said taxes are what we pay for a civilized society. liberals like siting that but holmes said that in 1927 when taxes were just 10 percent of gdp. that's enough to pay for a civilized society. but america's government has grown so far, so fast that it is now spending 40 percent of gdp. i think it's much too big, but i do want to pay my fair share, so what's that? what is fair? i now give most of my income to the government. poor people pay the smaller percent and lots of people say that is fair. i see their point. but texas congressman lewey gomer says it's not fair and america needs a flat tax. meaning congressmen what? >> it means when people hear the word fair share or fair, it ought to be flat tax. the only way to truly make things fair so if you are making more you pay more. you make less you pay less. make it a flat tax. the word fair ought to bring to mind the flat tax. he talked repeatedly about warren buffets not paying as high a rate as his secretary. make
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